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Jane Eyre
by Charlotte Bronte

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The classic story of a quick-witted young woman who goes to work as a governess and finds both romance and mysterious secrets along the way.

dont say that willy nilly
by Anna powell

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The Biggest Baddest Wolf
by nick ward

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If You Lived Here Houses Of The World
by Giles Laroche

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Visit homes from around the world. See how different and alike we are the world over. We all want safety, security, and comfort.

The Selection Book 1
by Kiera Cass

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This book is a dystopian future mixed with romance. The main character is strong, independent, and stays true to who she is throughout this book. If you like the Bachelor, then you will love the competition for the Prince's heart. The characters are well developed, and every time a chapter ends, you will be desperate to read the next.

The Very Hungry Caterpillar
by Eric Carle

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one of our favs

Mark Of Athena
by Rick Riordan

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This third book in the Heroes of Olympus series is definitely the best one. Mark of Athena masterfully mixes old characters and concepts from the Percy Jackson series with new protagonists and mythology to create an amazing original story. Written from the perspective of four different characters, this story takes readers from San Francisco to Rome and has delightful stops along the way that highlight the history of the regions. While it is a long book (almost 600 pages), it is an exciting page turner that will keep you engaged. (This book is gold for ages 9-13, but it would be a good idea to read the Percy Jackson series first).

Llama Llama And The Bully Goat
by Anna Dewdney

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my favorite!

The Elite
by Kiera Cass

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This is a great second book in the Selection series. Cass develops the characters further making readers fall deeper in love with them. The world of the Selection is also expanded on throughout the book as America tries to understand what is going on in her heart. Overall this makes for a great read for any teen or adult.

The Last Word
by Samantha Hastings

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While this historical fiction book has a good romance and story, the author seemed to have trouble writing about the characters. Their banter and mannerisms seemed force at times and they all felt a little two dimensional to me. However the historical accuracy that the author put into this book was really great and very interesting to read about. She was really able to show how trapped women were in the 1800's. Plus, the main character's adventure to find the ending of her favorite book was a cute premise and kept me reading to the end.